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    Embarking on a five-year, multi-phase project, Wilson Investment Properties will build Paradise Value Estates, a 140-unit assisted living community in Fairfield, Calif.

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    The joint venture's 424-unit Hoboken community includes a state-of-the-art public gymnasium, two-acre resiliency park and other luxury amenities.

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  • KTGY Unveils Student Housing Design in WI

    Annex Student Living is developing Annex 71, a 140-unit community near the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, the state's third largest school.

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  • Lantower Residential Acquires Austin Apartments

    The 375-unit NXNE was completed in 2016. Located in the Tech Ridge district, the community is near several employers, including Dell, Apple, IBM and Samsung.

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  • Republic Snags $100M for DC Apartments

    The company received construction financing from CapitalSource for Portals Residential Phase V Building, which will be a 13-story community with 373 units.

    12 June 2017 09:32
  • Senior Affordable Community Comes Online in Huntsville

    Stratus Development LLC developed the 60-unit property, which is restricted to residents who are 55 or older and earning 60 percent of the area median income or less.

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  • Queens Condos to Feature Mural

    Canvas, a new condo development in Long Island City, Queens, has launched sales. The building will feature artwork curated by local artist Jojo Anavim, capped by a 60-foot-tall, hand-painted mural on the façade of the building.

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  • Economy Watch: Fed Holds Off on Rate Hike

    The Federal Open Market Committee did not increase the cost of borrowing at its latest meeting, citing positive expectations about the labor market, including solid job growth and a declining unemployment rate.

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  • What to Expect from Student Housing in 2018

    Student housing continues to be a dynamic part of the multifamily market. In the upcoming year, developers will be focusing on creating more affordable housing options in order to satisfy students’ needs

    30 October 2017 15:36
  • Workforce Housing’s Monumental Growth

    Gregory Lozinak, CEO of Monument Capital Management, discusses the company's commitment to affordability, his biggest influences in the industry and his goals for 2017.

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